|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
|Description:||The Criminology program is designed to provide an in-depth knowledge for students intending a lifelong involvement in the areas of criminology and criminal justice, particularly those in research, government work, and careers in the criminal justice system. A combined degree makes connections between studies in both disciplines such as the potential links between how social relations are structured in society and the causes of crime and criminal behaviour.
The program is located in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Students are required to take courses from several departments to provide a broad liberal arts background. In their third and fourth years students will engage with a variety of specializations in criminology including: criminal justice, penology, law and social justice, policing, victimology, security, youth justice, and deviance.